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Title: Kavadaddes Today
Post by: Eggy on April 23, 2020, 03:00:00 PM
Overnight rain put 26mm in the rain guage and drizzle most of the morning. Outside temp has just crawled it's way up to 15deg at 2:30pm , our time.
Lack of motivation, today , makes it one of the hardest days, for me, since Lockdown.
But....... I can give you some pics that Wegg took on her recent Kavadaddes/Magoulades walk.
(http://arillas.atwebpages.com/zp-core/i.php?a=arillas&i=P1010053.JPG&s=595&cw=0&ch=0&q=85&wmk=%21&check=f9aa0433efc65fb319b564ec198d8aaf998c9509)
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(http://arillas.atwebpages.com/zp-core/i.php?a=arillas&i=Judas-trees.JPG&s=595&cw=0&ch=0&q=85&wmk=%21&check=f9aa0433efc65fb319b564ec198d8aaf998c9509)
Quite a lot of these Judas Trees about.
and. this one for Kevin to get his teeth into but not literally.
(http://arillas.atwebpages.com/zp-core/i.php?a=arillas&i=Primeval-1.JPG&s=595&cw=0&ch=0&q=85&wmk=%21&check=f9aa0433efc65fb319b564ec198d8aaf998c9509)

and the Village
(http://arillas.atwebpages.com/zp-core/i.php?a=arillas&i=P1010055.JPG&s=595&cw=0&ch=0&q=85&wmk=%21&check=f9aa0433efc65fb319b564ec198d8aaf998c9509)

and......  here;s a rather nice "little box"
(http://arillas.atwebpages.com/zp-core/i.php?a=arillas&i=P1010052.JPG&s=595&cw=0&ch=0&q=85&wmk=%21&check=f9aa0433efc65fb319b564ec198d8aaf998c9509)

Dimitris is correct about May 4th when lock down procedures will be reviewed. I wouldn't mind if they just opened the local DIY shops. One of my strimmers needs urgent repair and I have run out of paint for the exterior walls. - Worse things, in life, to think about though.
Cheers
Negg

Title: Re: Kavadaddes Today
Post by: vivian on April 23, 2020, 03:43:26 PM
Lovely, Thanks to Wendy for taking them and sharing. Stay Safe. xx
Title: Re: Kavadaddes Today
Post by: kevin-beverly on April 23, 2020, 03:51:19 PM


Hi Neil

Having a look and having a look through my library
If you are bored practice some darts
I got Bev running around the garden with a dart board i got to get 40+
If I hit Bev itís a black eye for me 😂

Kev
Title: Re: Kavadaddes Today
Post by: Truth on April 23, 2020, 07:49:31 PM
Nice photos Negg 👍.
21 and sunny in Wolves today 😎
Title: Re: Kavadaddes Today
Post by: Eggy on April 24, 2020, 03:06:37 PM
Hi Karl
We are close to 20deg , here today , so hopefully back out in the garden , tomorrow.
You will see , from this bedroom balcony pic, that the veggie planting is taking shape.
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(http://arillas.atwebpages.com/zp-core/i.php?a=arillas&i=kav11.JPG&s=595&cw=0&ch=0&q=85&wmk=%21&check=f9aa0433efc65fb319b564ec198d8aaf998c9509)

The recent rain has sprung everything into life. - Including the weeds !!
Cheers
Negg
Title: Re: Kavadaddes Today
Post by: suzy61 on April 24, 2020, 05:49:29 PM
Lovely pics
I'm sure Kavadaddes featured in "A Place in  the Sun - Home or Away"
It was a few years ago and I watched from the series that were posted on this website.
Title: Re: Kavadaddes Today
Post by: Truth on April 25, 2020, 01:36:22 AM
You're a lucky man Negg..... never forget that mate 😉
Title: Re: Kavadaddes Today
Post by: kevin-beverly on April 25, 2020, 10:16:14 AM

Hi Neil

(https://i.imgur.com/8m5Nexp.jpg) (https://i.imgur.com/KxwqFSG.jpg)

Equisetum horsetail, marestail, snake grass, puzzlegrass
 is the only living genus in Equisetaceae, a family of vascular plants that reproduce by spores rather than seeds.
Equisetum is a "living fossil", the only living genus of the entire subclass Equisetidae, which for over 100 million years was much more diverse and dominated the understory of late Paleozoic forests. Some equisetids were large trees reaching to 30 m (98 ft) tall. The genus Calamites of the family Calamitaceae, for example, is abundant in coal deposits from the Carboniferous period. The pattern of spacing of nodes in horsetails, wherein those toward the apex of the shoot are increasingly close together, inspired John Napier to invent logarithms.

A superficially similar but entirely unrelated flowering plant genus, mare's tail (Hippuris), is occasionally referred to as "horsetail", and adding to confusion, the name "mare's tail" is sometimes applied to Equisetum.

Despite centuries of use in traditional medicine, there is no evidence that Equisetum has any medicinal properties.

often called mare's tail, is an invasive, deep-rooted perennial weed that will spread quickly to form a dense . Once established, it has roots that extend to 2m deep, and spreads by means of creeping rhizomes
Best Weed-killer and method to kill Horsetail weed.
Mix Glyphosate with a small amount of wallpaper paste until it becomes sticky enough to stick to the waxy horsetail stems and leaves without running off. On a dry day, brush or spray the mix directly onto the Horsetail.

if you do not want this weed ask Helen for some weed kill i gave her let me know how you get on

https://www.progreen.co.uk/content/kill-horsetail-marestail/

kevin







Title: Re: Kavadaddes Today
Post by: Eggy on April 25, 2020, 03:25:44 PM
Kevin - Thanks for the info - This was spotted , by Wegg , on her morning jaunt. - None in our garden.
Suzy - I think I know the place you are thinking of. - Nice house but the drawback was the idea of the local Council siting a large water tank, on the land, close to the property. - Locals, around there, feed of it so the pump is working most of the time.
Karl - We are lucky and worked very hard to be here.  We must not take it for granted. When I am on a "downer" I go to the bottom of our drive and look ahead.
House/Flowers/Location etc is a good reminder of all those years we slogged away.

So, guys..... the recent rain has done it's bit and many garden areas are waking up.
(http://arillas.atwebpages.com/zp-core/i.php?a=arillas&i=Wysteria2.JPG&s=595&cw=0&ch=0&q=85&wmk=%21&check=f9aa0433efc65fb319b564ec198d8aaf998c9509)
Wysteria springing to life on the Pergola side.
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(http://arillas.atwebpages.com/zp-core/i.php?a=arillas&i=kav2.JPG&s=595&cw=0&ch=0&q=85&wmk=%21&check=f9aa0433efc65fb319b564ec198d8aaf998c9509)
Just one of our many pots. - Reckon Kevin will tell me what this is. - (Wegg knows but I know diddley)
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I do like this one though. - C/mon Kevin... Tell people.#
(http://arillas.atwebpages.com/zp-core/i.php?a=arillas&i=kav7.JPG&s=595&cw=0&ch=0&q=85&wmk=%21&check=f9aa0433efc65fb319b564ec198d8aaf998c9509)
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and finally , the view from our local Post Office
(http://arillas.atwebpages.com/zp-core/i.php?a=arillas&i=P1010058.JPG&s=595&cw=0&ch=0&q=85&wmk=%21&check=f9aa0433efc65fb319b564ec198d8aaf998c9509)
Wottaniceouse!!
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A rather respectable 21 deg, at 2pm , and very quiet. - Wonder why that is??. - But I reckon, by 4:30 , strimmers n cutters will be on the go.
Cheers
Negg
Title: Re: Kavadaddes Today
Post by: Truth on April 25, 2020, 08:29:35 PM
Its great you don't take it for granted mate 👍
Title: Re: Kavadaddes Today
Post by: suzy61 on April 26, 2020, 09:07:51 AM
Breathtaking views Neil and thank you for sharing.
I'm sure you don't take it for granted and when this current terrible situation is over, I know that there will be many things which I won't take for granted anymore.
Stay Safe
Title: Re: Kavadaddes Today
Post by: Eggy on April 26, 2020, 02:18:33 PM
Thanks Suzy.
This morning Wegg took advantage of the dry 21 deg and much planting was done. Radish,lettuce, carrot. courgette plus the peas are moving along nicely.
I painted an outside wall... - Yippeee.
and..... should anyone think I am not getting enough excercise = Well , every picture tells a story.
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(http://arillas.atwebpages.com/zp-core/i.php?a=arillas&i=skeletor_1587899849.jpg&s=595&cw=0&ch=0&q=85&wmk=%21&check=f9aa0433efc65fb319b564ec198d8aaf998c9509)
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Cheers to all
Negg
Title: Re: Kavadaddes Today
Post by: suzy61 on April 27, 2020, 10:39:36 AM
Brilliant!!!
Title: Re: Kavadaddes Today
Post by: Eggy on April 29, 2020, 04:40:15 PM
Suzy - """Dem Bones , Dem Bones , Dem Dry Bones""" were a lot drier after a super warm Monday and Tuesday with temps notching 25/26deg until , at least 6pm.
Much Strimming and planting was done.
(http://arillas.atwebpages.com/zp-core/i.php?a=arillas&i=may201.JPG&s=595&cw=0&ch=0&q=85&wmk=%21&check=f9aa0433efc65fb319b564ec198d8aaf998c9509)
I focus on strimming because I haven't done it all ...yet!
..
and this little shrub has sprung into life , over the last 3 days. - WOTSDISWUNKEV??
(http://arillas.atwebpages.com/zp-core/i.php?a=arillas&i=may203.JPG&s=595&cw=0&ch=0&q=85&wmk=%21&check=f9aa0433efc65fb319b564ec198d8aaf998c9509)
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More plants spring into life...... - THis one is Kum Kquat
(http://arillas.atwebpages.com/zp-core/i.php?a=arillas&i=kav1.JPG&s=595&cw=0&ch=0&q=85&wmk=%21&check=f9aa0433efc65fb319b564ec198d8aaf998c9509)
and this one is for Kevin to guess.
(http://arillas.atwebpages.com/cache/arillas/kav2_595.jpg)
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and.... our neighbour, with all his agricultural land , is preparing for his next big planting!!!
These were "Before"
(http://arillas.atwebpages.com/zp-core/i.php?a=arillas&i=Land-before1.JPG&w=230&h=230&cw=230&ch=230&q=75&c=1&t=1&wmk=!&check=d92c8054b01e0afbd46da2979bfb08ab25543674)
.
(http://arillas.atwebpages.com/zp-core/i.php?a=arillas&i=Land-before2.JPG&s=595&cw=0&ch=0&q=85&wmk=%21&check=f9aa0433efc65fb319b564ec198d8aaf998c9509)
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and these were after.
(http://arillas.atwebpages.com/zp-core/i.php?a=arillas&i=Land-after1.JPG&s=595&cw=0&ch=0&q=85&wmk=%21&check=f9aa0433efc65fb319b564ec198d8aaf998c9509)
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(http://arillas.atwebpages.com/zp-core/i.php?a=arillas&i=Land-after2.JPG&s=595&cw=0&ch=0&q=85&wmk=%21&check=f9aa0433efc65fb319b564ec198d8aaf998c9509)
.... 45 minutes to complete the whole job?? - WOTSALLTHATABOUT?? - and me n Wegg just with a garden spade!!

Enjoy you guys and be aware that, with an ease on restrictions, from Monday, a pic or two of Arillas is on the cards for Monday.
Cheers
Negg
Title: Re: Kavadaddes Today
Post by: Erja on April 30, 2020, 12:48:51 PM
Awwwww! Looking gorgeous there Eggy! Keep posting them beautiful pictures please but not the skeletal ones of you :D
Title: Re: Kavadaddes Today
Post by: vivian on April 30, 2020, 02:08:31 PM
All looking good. Thanks again for sharing. Same we haven't got one of that time mower ran you down the slope, what years was it, seems like years ago now, was really worried at the time. lol. xx
Title: Re: Kavadaddes Today
Post by: suzy61 on April 30, 2020, 03:23:44 PM
Neil
Thank you for the lovely pics.
You and your wife should be very proud of what you've achieved. All your hard work has definitely paid off....it looks beautiful and I love the little kumquat tree
Keep posting
Title: Re: Kavadaddes Today
Post by: Eggy on April 30, 2020, 06:46:20 PM
Thanks guys,
Viv - I will get a pic, of that dreaded slope, for you tomorrow.
Suzy , It;s great to pick one of those diddy oranges  when walking past. - *You eat the peel , as well.
Hope to do a tad more avrio and promise not to "rib" Erja.
Cheers
Negg
Title: Re: Kavadaddes Today
Post by: kevin-beverly on May 01, 2020, 10:06:49 AM


HI Neil

Not a good close up but i think it is a trumpet vine Campsis radicans

(https://i.imgur.com/vM4kF8b.jpg)

https://arillas.com/forum/index.php/topic,10517.msg146047.html#msg146047  kev
Title: Re: Kavadaddes Today
Post by: Eggy on May 02, 2020, 11:44:50 AM
Reckon that's the one , Kevin. - I will check with Wendy.
and this is the dreaded sloping bank that Viv was talking about.
.... taken from the house....
(http://arillas.atwebpages.com/zp-core/i.php?a=arillas&i=bank1.JPG&s=595&cw=0&ch=0&q=85&wmk=%21&check=f9aa0433efc65fb319b564ec198d8aaf998c9509)
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and taken from the ditch, looking up.
(http://arillas.atwebpages.com/cache/arillas/bank2_595.jpg)

It was the first year that we moved over and the garden was a right 'ole mess. I lost my footing, at the top, and had no choice but the run down the bank and jump the ditch , at the bottom. Jumping the ditch was a necessity and not out of choice as it was bramble covered and soggy!!
You will see , by the photos, that I now leave this last part until all else is complete. Then I pay a youner man to finish it!!
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This pic may give you a better ideawhy I chicken out.
(http://arillas.atwebpages.com/zp-core/i.php?a=arillas&i=house8_1588410184.jpg&s=595&cw=0&ch=0&q=85&wmk=%21&check=f9aa0433efc65fb319b564ec198d8aaf998c9509)

Cheers
Negg
Title: Re: Kavadaddes Today
Post by: vivian on May 02, 2020, 12:09:32 PM
Wow, I didn't think it was that long it was ago. The photo from the balcony does show it better. XX
Title: Re: Kavadaddes Today
Post by: Eggy on May 04, 2020, 06:35:59 PM
Kavaddades  today was a better place to keep sheltered away from, which I think, is the first day of a 3 day mistral.

Loadsa strimming done and now every bone in my body aches. - Too old for all this hectic work.
More planting achieved by Wegg, after her morning Arillas walk. She has better pics than me for tomorrows "Arillas Today"
Cheers
Negg
Title: Re: Kavadaddes Today
Post by: Eggy on May 11, 2020, 05:40:54 PM
We touched 30 deg , here at Kavadaddes , today. - Reckon Arillas was about the same but never ventured that far thanks to painting bathroom walls n ceiling.
Probably I would have found Arillas a tad sad, - looking at empty Tavernas , places to park and the lack of Arillas pals. Not a great lover of suncatching but I have been very temped recently. - Tis like a private beach but, knowing my luck, someone will put a towel down next to me. (Probably with 3 screaming sprogs!!)
Twill get better and patience, as they say , is a virtue.
Cheers
Negg
Title: Re: Kavadaddes Today
Post by: vivian on May 12, 2020, 02:35:39 PM
Lovely to be hot hope you've got rid of that mistral. xx
Title: Re: Kavadaddes Today
Post by: Eggy on May 12, 2020, 05:18:02 PM
Viv , got some pics for you , hopefully avrio.
Sitting with a 27 deg outside and 22 deg inside at 5:15pm. - Too hot for any garden work now..... yippeeeeee!!!
Negg
Title: Re: Kavadaddes Today
Post by: soniaP on May 17, 2020, 12:11:50 PM
Not been on here for a while and I just loved this thread. Thanks Eggy. Beautiful photos. Thanks for sharing  . 👍
Title: Re: Kavadaddes Today
Post by: kevin-beverly on May 17, 2020, 12:43:29 PM



Hi Sonia

Donít say that if his head is top heavy he will wobble over hahaha

Kev
Title: Re: Kavadaddes Today
Post by: Eggy on May 19, 2020, 04:04:40 PM
Talking of heads , Kevin , gives me an idea - If it does not work than I blame you - Watch the Forum!!
Cheers Negg
Title: Re: Kavadaddes Today
Post by: Eggy on May 19, 2020, 04:18:35 PM
So , and this for not only Viv , but for y'all.
Sebastian is the man...
(http://arillas.atwebpages.com/zp-core/i.php?a=arillas&i=sebastian.JPG&s=595&cw=0&ch=0&q=85&wmk=%21&check=f9aa0433efc65fb319b564ec198d8aaf998c9509)
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and this is our finished product.
(http://arillas.atwebpages.com/zp-core/i.php?a=arillas&i=spec2.JPG&s=595&cw=0&ch=0&q=85&wmk=%21&check=f9aa0433efc65fb319b564ec198d8aaf998c9509)
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and , if you back track a few posts , to our neighbours land you will see a big difference.
(http://arillas.atwebpages.com/zp-core/i.php?a=arillas&i=spec1.JPG&s=595&cw=0&ch=0&q=85&wmk=%21&check=f9aa0433efc65fb319b564ec198d8aaf998c9509)
,
a lot of planting , a lot of work now followed by a lot of watering.
That takes a lot of bottle - much more than this plant has to offer.
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(http://arillas.atwebpages.com/zp-core/i.php?a=arillas&i=spec3.JPG&s=595&cw=0&ch=0&q=85&wmk=%21&check=f9aa0433efc65fb319b564ec198d8aaf998c9509)
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OK - Not a good pic but it is a Bottle Brush plant so 3 from 10 for trying.
Cheers
Negg
Title: Re: Kavadaddes Today
Post by: suzy61 on May 19, 2020, 04:36:41 PM
Excellent job and the plant looks beautiful!
Title: Re: Kavadaddes Today
Post by: Eggy on June 01, 2020, 09:05:39 AM
We caught this guy, in Weggs allotment, this morning.
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(https://photo.arillas.com/zp-core/i.php?a=arillas&i=june1.JPG&s=595&cw=0&ch=0&q=85&wmk=%21&check=f9aa0433efc65fb319b564ec198d8aaf998c9509)
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Obviously going for a PEA !!
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and... these are not the only veg that Wegg has planted during our ISO. Sweetcorn/Carrots/Beans/Courgettes/Radish/Onion/Beetroot/Melon/Lettuce.....
Mind you , not the quantity that our neighbour deals with.
(https://photo.arillas.com/zp-core/i.php?a=arillas&i=june2.JPG&s=595&cw=0&ch=0&q=85&wmk=%21&check=f9aa0433efc65fb319b564ec198d8aaf998c9509)
.
Cheers
Negg
Title: Re: Kavadaddes Today
Post by: ron on June 01, 2020, 03:50:18 PM
Did'nt know you had a twin brother
Title: Re: Kavadaddes Today
Post by: Eggy on June 01, 2020, 05:35:35 PM
Yer right Ron. - Got 2 you bugger - but one departed a while ago. (Or.... et tu brute , as they said in Rome - or did et 2 brute -difficult to call)
You and Ali , as us , have been working overtime in the garden. - Then we step back and see this result.
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(https://photo.arillas.com/zp-core/i.php?a=arillas&i=P1010075.JPG&s=595&cw=0&ch=0&q=85&wmk=%21&check=f9aa0433efc65fb319b564ec198d8aaf998c9509)
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Very quiet today so came home for a gamble on UK racing. - Should have stayed at Kostas!!!
Cheers
Negg
Title: Re: Kavadaddes Today
Post by: Eggy on June 02, 2020, 04:15:40 PM
Not sure what Mon Amour is telling us here but this is a new sign outside their Taverna.
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(https://photo.arillas.com/zp-core/i.php?a=arillas&i=june02.JPG&s=595&cw=0&ch=0&q=85&wmk=%21&check=f9aa0433efc65fb319b564ec198d8aaf998c9509)
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and we have a new addition to the Mon Amour bins.
(https://photo.arillas.com/zp-core/i.php?a=arillas&i=june01.JPG&s=595&cw=0&ch=0&q=85&wmk=%21&check=f9aa0433efc65fb319b564ec198d8aaf998c9509)
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Need to read camera book to get rid of these bloody flowers!!
Cheers
Negg
Title: Re: Kavadaddes Today
Post by: Sandy x on June 03, 2020, 12:58:29 AM
I can see why you needed to move my car Neill!!
Title: Re: Kavadaddes Today
Post by: Eggy on July 21, 2020, 08:42:03 AM
Thanks to Wegg's gardening skills, breakfast ,lunch ,evening meal and supper are all sorted for a week.
This 10kg beauty will see us through and there are another 3 on the way.
(https://photo.arillas.com/zp-core/i.php?a=arillas&i=water-melon1.JPG&s=595&cw=0&ch=0&q=85&wmk=%21&check=f9aa0433efc65fb319b564ec198d8aaf998c9509)
Negg
Title: Re: Kavadaddes Today
Post by: soniaP on July 21, 2020, 10:50:32 AM
WOW!
Title: Re: Kavadaddes Today
Post by: chrisjenbicks on July 21, 2020, 12:03:14 PM
hi, we were due to fly to Corfu in Aug but had to cancel , how many of the hotels are open, and how full are they, we have stayed at the Horizon before, is that up and running now, i see from the web cam that it is slowly starting to get busier, hope things pick up, e have booed for next year at the Mathriki, we have been regulars at Arillas for the past 7 years and will miss it a lot this year.

chris & and jen 
Title: Re: Kavadaddes Today
Post by: harold on July 21, 2020, 01:27:22 PM
bet that brought tears to your eyes neil ;)
Title: Re: Kavadaddes Today
Post by: Truth on July 21, 2020, 02:28:29 PM
If you put it under your vest you would be 8 months pregnant mate !   lol
Title: Re: Kavadaddes Today
Post by: kevin-beverly on July 21, 2020, 03:04:52 PM


Hi

Is that why you walk funny Neil with a thing like that

Kev
Title: Re: Kavadaddes Today
Post by: turkeyfoot on July 21, 2020, 05:17:00 PM
Thanks to Wegg's gardening skills, breakfast ,lunch ,evening meal and supper are all sorted for a week.
This 10kg beauty will see us through and there are another 3 on the way.
(https://photo.arillas.com/zp-core/i.php?a=arillas&i=water-melon1.JPG&s=595&cw=0&ch=0&q=85&wmk=%21&check=f9aa0433efc65fb319b564ec198d8aaf998c9509)
Negg

Hi Eggy.Just for you

Parma Ham & Melon Salad

Ingredients
1 canteloupe or galia melon
8 Parma ham slices
Freshly ground pepper
Olive oil, for drizzling
Parsley, for garnishing
Instructions
Peel the melon, remove the seeds and cut into 8 slices.
Wrap each melon wedge with a slice of Parma ham.
Drizzle the dish with olive oil and sprinkle with parsley and pepper. Serve immediately.

OR TRY

Minted melon, feta & ham salad

Serves: 4

Ingredients
1 Melon

90g pack  Wild Rocket

7 slices Serrano or Parma ham

100g feta cheese, roughly crumbled

2 tbsp fresh mint, finely chopped

Juice 1 small lemon

2 tbsp extra virgin olive oil

Method
1. Halve the melon, scoop out the seeds with a spoon and discard. Slice each half of the melon into 8 wedges. Cut away the melon flesh from the rind, keeping the melon in large pieces.

2. Scatter three-quarters of the rocket leaves over a large bowl or serving platter. Top with the melon wedges.

3. Tear each slice of ham in half then arrange over the melon along with the feta cheese and remaining rocket leaves. Sprinkle over the mint and some freshly ground black pepper.

4. Whisk together the lemon juice and olive oil then drizzle over the top of the salad. Serve immediately.


Title: Re: Kavadaddes Today
Post by: Erja on July 22, 2020, 03:27:17 PM
Thanks to Wegg's gardening skills, breakfast ,lunch ,evening meal and supper are all sorted for a week.
This 10kg beauty will see us through and there are another 3 on the way.
(https://photo.arillas.com/zp-core/i.php?a=arillas&i=water-melon1.JPG&s=595&cw=0&ch=0&q=85&wmk=%21&check=f9aa0433efc65fb319b564ec198d8aaf998c9509)
Negg

Well done Wegg & Eggy! That is a formidable produce 😍
Title: Re: Kavadaddes Today
Post by: vivian on July 22, 2020, 07:06:57 PM
wow what a whopper .xx
Title: Re: Kavadaddes Today
Post by: momo on August 19, 2020, 08:59:29 PM
Lovely melon Neil.
Iím getting a lot of bra adverts on this page. Thought maybe it was cos of the melons? Somewhere to store them?
So gutted we had to cancel this year but weíve rebooked for 2021. Fingers crossed.
Take care. Miss you all. Mo and Dave X
Title: Re: Kavadaddes Today
Post by: Eggy on January 07, 2021, 06:44:48 PM
Mo n Dave
How did I miss this?? - Trust you are both well and sorry about my storage containers for melons.
E-mail on it's way soon.
Negg